Chemistree Technology Inc (CSE:CHM) (OTCMKST:CHMJF) said Friday it will unveil for shareholders and potential investors a virtual reality tour of its state-of-the-art Washington State cannabis-cultivation facility.
In a statement, President Karl Kottmeir said the cannabis investment company will make the unveiling at the Lift & Co Cannabis Expo 2020 in Vancouver “to illustrate first hand what we do, and how we do it.” The expo runs Friday through Saturday.
Kottmeier said Chemistree and its strategic brand partner Sugarleaf are pioneers in the cannabis trade, and owe their success to their commitment to innovation by spearheading bold new cultivation techniques that have rapidly made them the new industry standard.
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“Our team partnered with the great people at Growing Exposed, and this weekend we are rolling out our exciting new full virtual reality tour of the Sugarleaf facility,” he said.
“You will be able to completely pull back the curtain and experience a brand-new VR tour of Sugarleaf and see first hand exactly how we are setting new industry standards.”
The entire tour was filmed using Method Seven filters on a Go Max 360 Camera and captures every essence of the company’s grow room in ways only VR can provide.
“This latest innovation was developed so that we can offer our potential investors the opportunity to step inside our facility for themselves, without a sales pitch, and see the full potential of their investment, but also so we can demonstrate our commitment to innovation at every level of our business from vendors to cultivation to marketing and every link in the chain,” Kottmeier said.
The Sugarleaf Farm, located in a business park in Sedro-Woolley, is a 5,000-square-foot grow facility. Chemistree has plans to expand it in the second quarter of 2020.
For a company to attract serious investors, “we have to create exciting, new and innovative ways to explain to potential investors exactly what we do, why we do it, and how it works,” he noted.
“Afterall, you can read truckloads of information and watch hours of YouTube videos and really only get a small sense of how one of our facilities really functions.”
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